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Artist: Duke Jupiter

Title: In The Line Of Your Fire

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Category: AOR

Year: 1985

Label: Tamla/Motown

Catalog Number: ?

Personnel

Marshall James Styler vocals, keyboards
Greg Walker guitars
Ricky Ellis bass
David Corcoran drums

Tracks

1.  Dancin' On The Ice  
2.  (Come On Baby) We Might Fall In Love  
3.  Only You  
4.  I Want To Love You  
5.  You're My Hero  
6.  The Line Of Your Fire  
7.  Since You've Been Gone  
8.  Turnin' Me On  
9.  Never Say Goodbye  
10.  Sounds Like Love  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: AOR/MHR fan Date: December 16, 2005 at 14:05
Buen disco de AOR que guarda una linea muy pareja en la primera mitad, pero que despues va bajando un poco el nivel de produccion, acercándose más a lo que hicieron en su disco anterior. Guardan un parecido miy cercano al sonido de WHITE SISTER,pero tal vez con un toque personal. Canciones que valen la pena : "Dancing On The Ice" y "I Want To Love You". No es imprecindible pero vale la pena escuchar.

From: rick kerch vzla Date: December 5, 2011 at 21:01
A bit more solid than their debut but basically in the same line(the spanish comment above is very specific,so spanish speakers read it)..."I Want To Love You","The Line Of Your Fire","Turnin' Me On" & "Sounds Like Love" are my faves...87/100

From: Thomas/Coastline Date: March 22, 2021 at 19:30
By 1985 it was time for Duke Jupiter's last album "The Line Of Your Fire" and it's regarded by some as their finest moment, although it suffered from poor promotion and failed to make it commercially. The music style is very much in the same vein as "White Knuckle Ride" but maybe even more refined with great, classic tracks like the atmospheric opener "Dancing On The Ice" and poppy "(Come On Baby) We Might Fall In Love". "You're My Hero" is the obligatory power ballad in the style of Michael Bolton ca. 1985 and the title track "The Line Of Your Fire" continues in familiar rocking tradition. Next up is “Since You’ve Been Gone”, which is a nice medium-paced AOR song with a very catchy chorus and it is followed by the slightly weaker “Turnin’ Me On”. The last pair of tracks: “Never Say Goodbye” and “Sounds Like Love” are both appealing and on par with the others, so it's a very good album.


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